Home energy efficiency grants and assistance

If you are a homeowner or have permission from your landlord to carry out works on your home, a number of organisations offer help to make your home more energy efficient, in the form of grants and other forms of financial assistance:

Green Homes Grants

The Green Homes Grant is closed for new applicants,  but you can still use this service if all of the following apply:

  • you have a Green Homes Grant voucher
  • the work has been completed by your TrustMark registered installer
  • you are the homeowner or landlord

You must redeem your voucher by the expiry date shown on the voucher. This is 3 months from the date it was issued.

To find out more please visit:

Energy Company Obligation

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a government energy efficiency scheme designed to tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions.

Under ECO you may be able to get help to pay for energy saving improvements from your energy supplier, such as insulation work or boiler repairs or replacement.

You may qualify for this assistance if you are either:

  • claiming certain benefits and live in private housing (either as a homeowner or renting from a private landlord)
  • or live in social housing

For more information about the initiative and eligibility criteria speak to your energy supplier, or visit:

If you would like help to apply for one of these grants, or advice on which improvements you can make, Warmer Homes can provide a free energy assessment of your home and help you access the Green Homes Grants and other similar initiatives.

To book a free assessment with Warmer Homes please:

Solar Together

Installing solar panels on your roof will help cut your home’s carbon emissions, and your energy bills.

Using a group buying scheme, Solar Together helps homeowners buy solar panels at competitive prices. You can register your interest for free and will be contacted with an offer from the chosen supplier once the auction closes. You then have six weeks to decide whether to proceed, but there is no obligation to accept the offer.

Find out more and register your interest see:

 

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Page last updated: 13 August 2021

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